Cortes de la Frontera
The Roman civilization left two nuclei of great importance that testify to its glorious passage, one in the ruins of the city of Saeponia or Seponta, of which it is believed that all kinds of vestiges are preserved and still remains unexcavated to this day, the other, the remains of the city known as "Cortes el Viejo," very close to the village.
Any time of the year is suitable to visit our village.
What To See
The town hall is an 18th-century stone building (1784), ordered to be constructed by Charles III with public funds.
What To Do
Hiking is an activity that we can enjoy in our village since we are located amidst three natural parks.
Cortes de la Frontera is unique
Tourist Information Point
Pl. de Carlos III, 8
29380 Cortes de la Frontera, Málaga
+34 658 30 14 10